Atheriogaean

adjective Athe·ri·o·gae·an \ə¦thirēō¦jēən\
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Atheriogean

\ə¦thirēō¦jēən\

Definition of Atheriogaean

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Origin and Etymology of atheriogaean

New Latin Atheriogaea, Atheriogea Antarctogaea (from 2a- + Greek thērion wild animal, animal—diminutive of thēr beast of prey, wild animal— + New Latin -gaea, -gea) + English -an — more at fierce


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